LOGAN, Utah – Utah State Football added shoulder pads to its fourth fall camp training Monday as the team started the morning with a live spell, before working on developing skills, fundamentals and squads. special. The team then concluded the practice with 1-on-1 and 7-on-7 drills, followed by a long 11-on-11 session.
Here are some observations from Monday’s practice:
- junior quarterbacks Andrew Peasley and Logan bonner continued to work well with their broads as Peasley was a combined 16 of 20 in the various live sessions, while Bonner was 15 of 21 in drills 11 on 11 and 7 on 7.
- Senior wide receiver Become Thomas had his most productive day of fall camp as he landed eight receptions, including a long touchdown from Peasley during full teamwork.
- Wide receiver in second year Kyle Van Leeuwen continued to perform well as he had five receptions during various live drills including a long Bonner completion while junior wideout Justin mcgriff had three receptions, including a long touchdown pass from Peasley.
- Senior expander Derek wright had two great touchdowns during live work, each from Peasley and Bonner.
- Senior expander Soap scarf also had his most productive day during fall camp with three catches during live work.
- First year wide catcher Jamie Nance once again showed his speed in 1-on-1 drills with a pair of long touchdown receptions from Bonner.
- Sophomore running back Elelyon Noa had the best run so far in fall camp as he broke away for a âpotentialâ long touchdown during the final 11-on-11 training period.
- The Utah State defense created a pair of turnovers that day as a junior cornerback Jaden smith intercepted a pass during an 11-on-11 period and second-year safety Luc Marion had a choice in the 7v7 exercises.
- Many Aggies posted breakage passes throughout the day, including two by the senior cornerback Zahodri Jackson. Marion also had a nice pass break in the 1-on-1 drills, while the senior cornerback Xplane Steele, junior cornerback Cam Lampkin and junior security Dominique tatum also had pass breakages during live work.
- Junior outside linebacker Ajani Carter and second defensive end Mata hola both posted “potential” bags during live work.
All fall camp practices – minus two scrimmages – will be closed to the public. Fans are invited to watch Utah State’s first scrum on Saturday, August 14 at 11 a.m., and its final scrum on Saturday, August 21 at noon, as part of its annual Family Football Fun Day. Both scrimmages will take place on the Merlin Olsen pitch at Maverik Stadium.
Utah State will open the 2021 season on Saturday, September 4 in Washington State, and begin its home season the following weekend against North Dakota on Friday, September 10. The Mountain West game begins for the USU the following weekend at Air Force on Saturday. , September 18.
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